You can use whatever you have in your stash, too! Heather Mann is chief editor of Dollar Store Crafts, and specializes in transforming inexpensive materials into stylish and simple craft projects. Heather Heather Mann is chief editor of Dollar Store Crafts, and specializes in transforming inexpensive materials into stylish and simple craft projects.
Attach securely to clip. Here you can see the type of clip we used, and the method of attaching the embellishment. Because these are intended for small babies, we secured the ribbon to the clip with thread instead of a hot glue gun, with the idea that it would be harder for the baby to pop the ribbon off the barrette if it was sewn on.
To put this barrette on baby, just remove the back of the Velcro round, place under small amount of hair, and attach front of barrette to back of barrette, with hair flowing through the Velcro.
Another barrette method we tried was using snap tape. How do you use it? It seemed to work well, but is harder to remove. That might be a good thing if you have a grabby girl! For the snap tape barrettes, we used the mini yo-yos with ribbon and shank buttons, and they looked really cute!
We sewed the snap tape to the yo-yo. The pre-made yo-yos we had were bold colors, but you can make yo-yos in any color you want, and they sure are sweet! These ones are about an inch in diameter. Not all of our experiments were successful. It did actually stay in the hair, but just not to our satisfaction. It might be worth experimenting with further if slightly stronger magnets were used. Send this barrette to CraftFail. The bow-style, which we think is so sweet, takes very narrow ribbon and makes a loopy bow, secured with a pretty button.
The lace and velcro headband stays put very well, and looks super cute. To make this headband, sew two pieces of ribbon together on long edges, leaving a small opening an inch or so to run elastic through. Put a safety pin on the end of a piece of elastic and run it through the ribbon casing to create the headband. For this headband we used grosgrain ribbon for the headband and pretty sheer ribbon for the loopy bow. We also tried the same method with bias tape for the headband.
It worked fine as well and you only have to sew it on one side. I like the lace and narrow ribbon loopy bow on it! Please let us know how yours works for you! Please watch baby if you make these — she might put them in her mouth!
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